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Our Browse page features lists of books by subject, series, library, and publishing partner, a list of all forthcoming titles, and links to special web features for particular books.

Search

You can do a quick search for in-print books using the Search for a book area located at the top right of every page. Additionally, visit our Advanced Search page to:

  • Search for in-print HUP books by author, title, subject, series, ISBN, or year published.
  • Find specific text within many HUP titles by searching Google Books.
  • Search our website—including book descriptions, tables of content, reviews, and general information about HUP—using Google Site Search.

Author Events

View a schedule of upcoming public appearances by authors of recent Harvard University Press titles.

Video and Audio Interviews with HUP Authors

Screencap from a recent interview

Want to hear more about our books directly from the authors? Watch selected Harvard University press authors discuss their books on our Featured Multimedia page, or explore the interview archives:

Video Interview Archive  |  Audio Interview Archive

Find Rare and Out-of-Print Books

Harvard University Press titles that are in print will show up on this website (use our advanced search or browse features to find them) and can be purchased directly.

Titles that are out-of-print, out-of-stock, or otherwise hard to find can frequently be procured via these online vendors:

If you have questions about whether particular titles are available, please contact us.

Stay Connected

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Don’t want to miss an update on our books, authors, or events? Subscribe to the Harvard University Press mailing list for periodic updates about new books and features, or stay current on all HUP news with Facebook and Twitter.

The HUP Blog is the place to find in-depth discussions of the issues raised in our titles, supplementary interviews with and essays by our authors, and other items that may be of interest. (To ensure you don’t miss a post, subscribe to the HUP blog feed.)

Finally, you can subscribe to RSS feeds of all new and forthcoming Harvard University Press books.

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